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Draw Something Gets Fantastic Update for iOS and Android



Draw Something, the application that has taken both the iOS and Android gaming worlds by storm, has received a major update today that brings a number of new and highly desired features to both mobile platforms.

The update is packed with a number of features that users of the application have been campaigning for since the application launched earlier this year.

Both the iOS and Android application have seemingly been updated with the same features.

Draw Something for Android and iOS Gets Fantastic Update

The list includes:

  • Say Something! Comment on Drawings! – Users can now make comments on drawings, which might just be the best feature included in the update.
  • Share Something! Post Your Drawings on Facebook & Twitter! – Now users can easily show off their awesome or incredibly bad drawings done within the app.
  • Save Something! Save Your Drawings to Your Photos! – Users can quickly save drawings to photos if they would rather share them through MMS. It’s also nice to have them for the record.
  • Undo Something! Undo Your Last Line! – This feature allows users to undo the last stroke of the pen with a single button tap. Very convenient.
  • Refresh Something! – Immediate Updates – Pull Down to Refresh – This will allow users to quickly keep up with their friends.

This is a fantastic update to a fantastic game and it should please both avid and casual users.

The update comes shortly after the application surpassed the 50 million download mark and after OMGPOP, the company that developed the game, was bought by mobile gaming giant Zygna for $210 million.

iOS users can find the update on the App Store while Android users can find the updated version of the game in the Google Play Store.



  1. Firebaby359

    04/19/2012 at 8:46 am

    The only updates I got on my HTC EVO 4G are the comments…. Pointless. The save/share option did not get included for all device types. They just lost another user.

  2. Octavio

    07/02/2012 at 11:27 am

    Apparently us, adroid users were not worth the sharing and saving features. For some reason i dont understand thar part of the update was only in the iOs system update. :(

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